BRISTOL, Tenn. – Ryan Newman has long been known for winning pole positions. Friday afternoon (Aug. 26) he was able to get the job done again.
Kyle Busch was doing “The Michigan Rag” in the Pure Michigan 400 Sunday (Aug. 21), capturing his first career triumph at Michigan.
After a green-white-checkered restart, Marcos Ambrose immediately pressured Keselowski and executed a bump-and-run to get by for the lead and win in turn 9.
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – Friday afternoon (Aug. 12) was nothing but practice for the Sprint Cup and Nationwide series at Watkins Glen.
Michael Leavine mentioned Leavine Family Racing would likely purchase some Nationwide Series cars, intending to field Michael in 2012.
Sunday afternoon at Pocono (Aug. 7), Brad Keselowski experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of “the feet” as he fought off a broken left ankle, a sore right foot, and a sore back to persevere and win the Good Sam RV Insurance 500 at Pocono, holding off a determined Kyle Busch for the …
After weeks of agonizing over whether to stay or leave, NASCAR’s biggest free agent has decided his current home is where the heart is. Carl Edwards re-signed with Roush Fenway Racing Thursday (Aug. 4), ending months of speculation on whether he would bolt after the season and partner with rival Joe Gibbs Racing and their …
Paul Menard finally fulfilled his father’s dream of 35 years, winning at Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – David Ragan was the 44th of 48 cars to take to the track Saturday afternoon (July 30) in qualifying for the Brickyard 400.
One was far from the loneliest number Sunday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as Ryan Newman led six times for 119 laps to win from the pole.
One day after admitting major traffic issues surrounding Kentucky Speedway “can never happen again,” the track stepped up with a major apology Monday.
On Saturday night (July 2), David Ragan was able to completely wipe away any demons that he might have had from the Daytona 500.